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Business and IT leaders disagree on the future of data

From Information Age

"More than two-thirds (71%) of corporate leaders recognise the importance of data to their companies but only 11% have actually generated financial value, according to new research.

Conducted by OnePoll in May 2015, the survey of 500 chief executives revealed stark and worrying differences in how data is perceived, used and valued by IT and business leaders.

According to the survey results, business leaders are more optimistic about the potential value the company could derive from data than IT departments.

More than half of CIOs and senior IT managers (56%) said data is inaccessible by business decision makers, compared to just 36% of the business leaders surveyed. And 46% of CIOs and senior IT managers said the data given to their business was poor quality, compared to just 29% of business leaders.”

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NCC Weekly News Update 16 June 2015



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